Marketing your school to make it more successful, bring in more students and keep more of your current ones is the same way. Once you “get sliding” and start doing more your martial arts business growns.

headlights for hyundai sonata 2011 A great way to combine all of the above into a Mental workout is to devote 2 or more hours per week on the online dojo. Get online and ask questions, share training advice, offer help or just get your mind in the game. It is all about keeping in the loop and keeping the focus. Out of sight = out of mind. So let us get the mind involved and strengthen that muscle with some mental push-ups. Reading this post is a great start, add some of your own thoughts in the comments and help others get more out of their training.

The story of Bruce Lee began on November 27, 1940 in San Francisco, California. He was born Lee Jun Fan, and was the fourth child of his father, Lee Hoi-Chuen and mother, Grace.

What he will have, however, is low overhead, high profit margins, and the greatest luxury that money can’t buy – time. Time plus money equals FREEDOM, and a quality of lifestyle that Mr. Big Studio Owner will never experience, at least, not until he retires (if he makes it that far with his health intact).

carro The day of the small local MMA club is gone. The idea of having MMA at the local martial arts school will be the same as teaching cardio kick boxing or aerobics (it’s almost there now- most guys just don’t know it yet.) There will always be the exception, but on the whole, there in no way that someone who starts training at their local club will be able to compete with a collegiate elite wrestler; NO WAY, NO HOW. MMA will be the business it inspires to be: Major sports entertainment.

I didn’t waste anytime after the referee started us before I unloaded my cut kick. I sent Michael back several feet from this kick. It was the first point of the match, and… the overwhelming adrenaline response I received from this fact merely paralyzed me. I couldn’t attack anymore.

partes In the above photo, I am taking a sleep stretch at a friends apartment in Delft – Holland in between training programs. I was often so busy between seminars that I would take naps or go to sleep stretching. I would then accomplish two tasks at the same time. I allow gravity to pull my legs down into a static stretch. Note, I don’t teach this strategy as much as dynamic stretching – but it worked for me during a period where in Europe where doing the splits began to feel like shaking someone’s hand. At CMS, we call it the wall splits and offer students the opportunity to practice this exercise during Audio Stretch (where you listen to a motivational tape program while doing the wall stretch).

When you breathe out – you are releasing carbon dioxide and other wastes. Therefore, if you are in a room sharing oxygen with others, you are all essentially breathing in all this garbage over and over again. Breathing air that is old will not provide your cells with enough oxygen to function at an optimal level.

The second rule of real fights is: shout. In most martial arts, shouting upon the execution of moves is routinely implemented. There’s a reason for this, it works. Shouting does two things: it will surprise your enemy, giving you a split second advantage, and it also makes you seem even more powerful.